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make delicate, beautiful, vulnerable-sounding modern pop songs. They’re so warm and fuzzy sometimes they’re like a nice fur-lined sleeping bag you want to crawl inside. Other times they’re melancholy, like a rainy summers day. Each track is neat and tidy, perfectly framed and tightly executed.

‘Unloveable’ is the first ballad to make us go weak at the knees since we were teenagers, while last year’s single ‘Blowing Kisses’ and album opener ‘Starlight Starlight’, are so precise they perfectly embody the words Dream Pop. Occasionally things can get a touch too fey for their own good (‘Just a Silhouette’), but that’s no great fault.

This album is definitely yellow. It sounds, ‘yellow’ with a little bit of ruby red thrown in. We don’t exactly know what that means, but when you listen it’ll make sense. A superb debut.